This impressive 24×24 shed roof plan with loft would be suitable for so many different uses! You get great headroom, up to 10’-4”, in the loft under the shed roof. The main floor has a ceiling height of over 8’ under the loft, and the ceiling soars up to over 16 feet in the open area! With all that space, this frame would make a great garage/workshop, or a contemporary not-so-tiny home. There are lots of opportunities for flooding the space with light, if you choose: the un-lofted exterior wall has an unbroken area over 13 feet high!
- 576 square feet main level
- 296 square feet loft
- 872 total square feet
- Single-plane roof means less cutting
- Generous 2 foot overhangs
- Gentle 3:12 roof pitch
- Show off your joinery skills with spline and scarf joints
The plans for this 24×24 shed roof plan with loft are chock full of all the information you need to make this a successful project you will be proud to show off! The 13-page construction set has 3D drawings so you can picture the finished frame. We include exploded drawings, both solid and transparent, so you can see how the pieces interact. There are fully dimensioned plan, elevation and section drawings, and details of the critical areas. Then there is the 22-page piece drawing set, which shows every cut on each timber. The pieces have labels that correspond to the construction drawings, so you know exactly how everything fits together. We also include a hardware and peg list, and a timber list, to make your material procurement easier. The plans are instantly downloadable as soon as you make your purchase. They are formatted to print at 11×17 inches for easy reading.
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- Wind / hurricane / tornado
- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
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